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Crimewatch File

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The Railway Murders
Presented by Nick Ross
In 1986 Crimewatch made appeals on three separate murders. Now with special access to police records
Crimewatch File reconstructs the inside story of a major police investigation. Between December 1985 and May 1986 three young women - Alison Day , Maartje Tamboezer and Anne Lock - were raped and murdered.
At first the cases seemed quite separate, but definite links soon emerged. Then police discovered another connection - to 27 rapes in North London.
The investigation involved four police forces and over a million hours of inquiries, until tiny but crucial clues took them to the home of a 28-year-old unemployed carpenter from Kilburn.
Series producer PETER GRIMSDALE
Assistant producer PHILIPPA COUSINS Producer MARTIN O'COLUNS
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Contributors

Presented By: Nick Ross
Unknown: Alison Day
Unknown: Maartje Tamboezer
Unknown: Anne Lock
Producer: Peter Grimsdale
Producer: Martin O'Coluns

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